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Meditation: Will you love me when I’m old?

As more of us age gracefully and live longer, as families are more stressed and time and resources less available, this becomes a silent question in the hearts of many of our senior population: Will you love me when I am old? Will our families love and care for us? Will our churches love and remember us? Will our nation continue to provide for us?

Exuma’s Christian Academy shows unrelenting faith in God

As a faith-based school, it is important for the Exuma Christian Academy to have Christian values are embedded in every facet of the learning experience they offer.

The revelation of the phoenix – the conclusion

I wondered for a while how to conclude this series. What words could I use to adequately sum up ‘Phoenix Rising’? When we look at the phoenix we realise a few important truths about life:

"Repentance Is The Only Remedy"

The Commonwealth of the Bahamas has been faced with a catastrophic hurricane in Dorian in which many people have lost family and properties. An astronomical and monolithic loss in most cases, and one hurricane that will most definitely be remembered

Surviving the Horrors of History

Do we believe that the recent spate of violent crimes in our nation is the result of slavery, piracy, colonialism, lack of identity, economic hardship, drugs, greed, abuse, addiction and other afflictions known to humankind? Are we trapped forever in

Celebration time for 'the church on the corner'

FOR UP to 90 years the clergy and people of “the church on the corner” of Wulff and Baillou Hill Roads known as St Barnabas have engaged in Christ’s mission to the community, nation and various parts of the Anglican Communion.Over these years, the ch

Bridging the gap between the church and mental illness

WITH greater attention given to mental health issues in recent times, the church is also coming to the forefront in encouraging followers not to view mental disorders as conditions caused by “demonic forces” that only non-believers are susceptible to

Saint James ACM 'King of Grill' fest returns

This coming National Heroes Day all roads will lead to the historic village of Adelaide where the Anglican Church Men of Saint James Parish will be hosting their 14th Annual Father R F Anthony Roberts’ King of the Grill Fest and Competition.The event

The Bahamas, God's treasure

“I was sought by those who did not ask for me; I was found by those who did not seek me. I said, ‘Here I am, here I am,’ To a nation that was not called by my name. I have stretched out my hands all day long to a rebellious people, who walk in a way

Calvary Churches are back on 'Crusade' here in Nassau

Calvary Church members agree that something powerful always happens when the people of God come together. “With the same mind and vision, demons have to flee, sick bodies are healed, and transformation takes,” they say. Now, members from all over th

Religious happenings around town

• Still Praising – The 26th Annual Christian Tabernacle Choirfest 2019 Time: Sunday, 6.30pm - 10pm Venue: Christian Tabernacle Church Experience choir worship like never before. Admission is free. Hosted by Apostle Christopher and Pastor Anna Russ

Meditation Trusting God in a time of economic challenge

There are several biblical passages in which we see how God blesses in difficult times:

Our awesome God

We are often surprised by the power of the Holy Spirit, but as believers we really should not be. God is awesome and He reveals this to us frequently in His word, and by His actions.

Where was god when Dorian hit? Theologising human suffering

I begin with two insightful passages of scripture: Isaiah 22:5, which states, “For it is a day of trouble, and of treading down, and of perplexity by the Lord God of hosts in the valley of vision, breaking down the walls, and of crying to the mount

Meditation: Fasting and prayer

In times like these we need an anchor; the anchor of prayer and fasting enables us to feel God’s presence, discern God’s will, and draw on God’s strength. It helps us to grieve with hope, and examine our consciences, repent and be transformed by the

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